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It Is Not Too Late; Buy One, Get One Free and Tuck It Away

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MADISON, NJ - Did you forget to get your 2016 annual Madison ornament before the holidays?  It is not too late according to the Madison Chamber of Commerce.

The Madison Pharmacy, located at 66 Main Street and Stewart-Morris Awards,Gifts & Flags, located at 71 Kings Road are selling the ornaments at a buy one, get one free discount.  That is two ornaments for $20.

"We have a limited quantity of the 2016 crystal cut ornament left in stock and we are hoping those who did not get one will take advantage of this great offer," said Karen Giambra Executive Director of Madison's Chamber. "Buy one, and give one to a friend or neighbor."

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The annual Madison ornament was started by the Madison Chamber of Commerce in 2015 with an etching of the clock on Waverly Place.  The 2016 addition has a depiction of the "Madison Rose" for the Rose City. A 2017 ornament will be in the works as well.   

"This is a true treasure at the holidays.  Madison is such a special place and this is just one way of collecting some of that wonderful town spirit that is so prevalent during the season," added Giambra. "Don't miss out on the Madison ornament for 2016 before you tuck your holiday items away in storage."

 

 

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